The Ultimate Guide to Fall in Woodstock, Vermont

By: Leah Shoup

Visit Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park.

The only national park in Vermont is home to trails to Mount Tom, with great foliage views, and the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller Mansion.

Experience a fully operating dairy farm.

Especially if you’re visiting Woodstock with kids, you'll love the interactive programs at Billings Farm Museum. Try the Vermont-made ice cream, too!

Walk around downtown Woodstock.

This New England village is one of the cutest in the state, home to the Norman Williams Public Library and the historic hotel Woodstock Inn.

Shop ’til you drop in Woodstock Village.

Stop by Clover Gift Shop, grab lunch at the Mon Vert Cafe, and admire all of the fall leaves during this season in town!

Admire the covered bridges around town.

You won't want to miss Middle Covered Bridge, Taftsville Covered Bridge, Lincoln Covered Bridge, or Quechee Covered Bridge!

Visit Sugarbush Farm.

This family-owned farm produces 15 kinds of waxed cheese and four grades of pure maple syrup–a must-see place on any Vermont road trip.

Shop local at Woodstock Farmers’ Market.

The Woodstock Farmers' Market is the ideal place to stock up on local Vermont products as well as delicious pastries and snacks.

Hike the Quechee Gorge Trail.

Hiking this 2.7-mile easy trek within Quechee State Park features beautiful views of the Ottauquechee River and Quechee Gorge.

Stroll the forest canopy walk at VINS Nature Center.

On your visit, you can explore outdoor exhibits featuring raptor enclosures, a songbird aviary, an adventure playscape, and nature trails.

Take a photo at the instagrammable Sleepy Hollow Farm.

One of the best things to do in Woodstock is to spend some time taking in the views at this Instagram-famous farm–it's picture-perfect!